McMurray Rare Chick Breed

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Pat Mcaffee, May 17, 2018.

  1. Pat Mcaffee

    Pat Mcaffee Chillin' With My Peeps

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    So I accepted McMurrays free chick with my roaster load and don’t know the breed. I think maybe a golden laced wyandotte.
     

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  2. Redhead Rae

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    Clean legged or feathered feet?
     
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  3. Pat Mcaffee

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    Clean legged
     
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  4. Redhead Rae

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    Probably a Wyandotte of some type with that comb.
     
  5. Pat Mcaffee

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    Never mind it’s feather legged-help!
     
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  6. Redhead Rae

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    Possibly a Brahma.
     
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  7. Pat Mcaffee

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    Maybe a partridge Cochin?
     
  8. Redhead Rae

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    That looks like a rose or pea comb to me. If it is a single comb, Cochin would apply.
     
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  9. Frazzemrat1

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    Looks similar to my dark brahma when she was a chick.
     
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  10. Pat Mcaffee

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    Silkie maybe?
     

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